Archbishop of York


Archbishop of York
Archbishop of York, the
an important priest in the Church of England, who has the next highest rank to the Archbishop of Canterbury

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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  • Gerard (Archbishop of York) — Infobox Archbishop of York name = Gerard birth name = Gerard began = unknown consecration = December 1100 term end = 21 May 1108 predecessor = Thomas I successor = Thomas II birth date = birthplace = death date = 21 May 1108 deathplace =… …   Wikipedia

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  • Egbert, Archbishop of York — • Son of Eata, brother of the Northumbrian King Eadbert and cousin of King Ceolwulf, to whom the Venerable Bede dedicated his history; date of birth unknown; d. 19 November, 766 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Egbert, Archbishop of… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Matthew Hutton (Archbishop of York) — For the later Archbishop of York of the same name, see Matthew Hutton, Archbishop of Canterbury . Matthew Hutton (1529 mdash; 1606) was archbishop of York from 1595 – 1606.LifeHutton, the son of Matthew Hutton of Priest Hutton, in the parish of… …   Wikipedia

  • Ethelbert, Archbishop of York —     Ethelbert, Archbishop of York     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ethelbert, Archbishop of York     Archbishop of York, England, date of birth uncertain; d. 8 Nov., 781 or 782. The name also appears as ALBERT, ADALBERHT, ÆLBERHT, ALDBERHT, ALUBERHT …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Geoffrey, Archbishop of York — Infobox Archbishop of York name = Geoffrey, Archbishop of York consecrated = 18 August 1191 began = unknown term end = 12 December 1212 predecessor = Roger de Pont L Evêque successor = Walter de Gray birth date = about 1152 birthplace = death… …   Wikipedia

  • Ecgbert (Archbishop of York) — Infobox Archbishop of York name = Ecgbert birth name = began = unknown consecration = about 734 term end = 19 November 766 predecessor = Wilfrid II successor = Ethelbert birth date = unknown death date = 19 November 766 tomb = Ecgbert or Ecgberht …   Wikipedia

  • St. Paulinus, Archbishop of York —     St. Paulinus, Archbishop of York     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Paulinus, Archbishop of York     Archbishop of York, died at Rochester, 10 October, 644. He was a Roman monk in St. Andrew s monastery at Rome, and was sent by St. Gregory the …   Catholic encyclopedia


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